Our lower extremities are prone to insect bites, contact with pollens and dirt that can infect the skin. It is common for us to see rashes, abrasions or bruises in our legs every now and then.  However, these minor skin defects can turn into a nightmare when infected with cellulitis-causing bacteria. Cellulitis in the extremities can have mild cellulitis symptoms yet in some cases; the infection will spread in other areas. It is best to address these symptoms immediately with the right treatment for cellulitis. We can still prevent the worst scenario from happening. Here are practical tips to avoid cellulitis in the extremities.
Be mindful of the healing progress of your skin defects. A simple wound or skin trauma as a result of…



Source by Hannah Flitcher